As I mentioned before, we have a group of gringos that are trying to find new places to eat in Portoviejo. Someone had suggested, Hotel Ejecutivo. Since the group going to explore restaurants varies in size each time, this time there were only 4 of us, Joy and Harold and Leo and I. We gave this restaurant 4 thumbs up. The decor was lovely, the service was great, the place was very clean, but most of all the food was excellent. Joy and I had chicken cordon bleu. Yum! Harold had a shrimp soup, and Leo had churrasco, which was beef with an egg on top, rice and french fries. Both of the men said they loved their dinner. Joy and I got Caesar Salads. Although they were good salads, they were not real Caesar Salads. The prices were pricy for Portoviejo, but worth it to us. Joy and Harold shared a bottle of wine that cost $30. Leo’s and my meal together ran about $50.00 with a few beers. We shared a cab ride home that cost us $15. This is now my most favorite restaurant. Let’s see what new experiences we find in two weeks.